Some Fords have two drain plugs due to the shape of the pan because of the steering linkage. If your's is one of these, simply drain each as you would normally do.If you did not have both, the small amount of dirty oil would be trapped. Remember this if you ever go to a JIffy lube, they often miss the second one! Good luck. The older style Crown Victorias utilized a dual sump oil pan, for some strange reason. Apparently it was for more oil capacity, with one before the K member and one aft. Strangely, on mine they are two different sized drain plugs. That's Ford for ya, just trying to complicate things. I still love em though.
Would that be the drain for the oil? If so, its on the bottom of the oil pan.
the transmission drain plug is located on the transmission underneath the dash area
Does not have one. Pan must be removed.
Drain oil and replace filter. Add 5 quarts and check the level.
Drain the coolant, remove the glove box and base to the dash. youll find the heater core on the passanger side.
If you can't find a drain plug, then just drain from the lower hose. Its long, and goes to the other side of the engine. This will work.
there is a big plastic screw on the bottom right side of the radiator easily accesable from the bottom just unscrew that and it will begin to drain but i wouldn't recommend you removed it completely just enough to let the fluid drain freely
I do not have one on my 4.6 L crown. I just drain from the lower rad hose.
I don't have the actual spec's, but for the drain bolt, just very snug will do, and the filter is hand tight one turn. Don't forget to put some oil on the rubber seal first.
Please be more specific. If u r talking about the oil drain plug, well then, you will have to remove the oil pan to have that fixed.
Because the primary drain is either clogged or the pump is not working.
Remove the fan shroud, the clutch fan, drain the rad. from the lower hose, the water pump is right there. Enough room so you don't have to remove the rad.
Sorry, as far as I know there is no drain plug for the converter. According to the service manual, the drain plug is located on the converter assembly. Just looked at my spare transmission from the 93 Grand Marquis and I can see the plug on the converter assembly. Turning the assembly will rotate the drain plug to the converter housing access plug which is visible from under the vehicle. Hope this helps.
Water pump is at the front of the engine. Remove the fan, electric and clutch if equipped and shroud. You should have enough room this way without removing the rad. Drain the rad. and get started.
Standard set of mechanics tools SAE and Metric, floor jack, jack stands, low profile trans jack, large drain pan and a repair manual for that vehicle.
A herpes outbreak will drain on its own. There is no benefit, and possible harm, from draining the blisters artificially, as it could result in secondary infection.
Behind left front wheel
Yes, if the crown weir is not covered by the trap seal.
not all diffs have drain plugs, most you have to just take off the rear diff cover to drain the oil for the crown and pinion gear.
They are secondary drains that work in tandem with the primary pipes to prevent overflows.
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Where is the heater core on a 1998 crownunder the middle of the dash, close to the fire wall, inside a odd shape box that's part of the heating & cooling system. It looks like a little radiator with two heating lines, it just pop's out and right back in. The hard part about this is going to be taking apart the dashboard. Also you have to drain the coolent.
It sounds as if you are describing the air conditioniong system condensation drain hose. This is completely normal.
For a battery to "Drain" you MUST have a short somewhere or the "Glovebox" or "Trunk" light is staying on etc. etc. Battery's don't just "Drain" on there own ;-) TommyTrouble
Drain & flush the system completely. Now add a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water until it is full. One gallon of antifreeze mixed with one gallon of distilled water should be more than enough.